23 Essex Street > Manchester, England > Set Profile

Chambers of John Price KC and Cairns Nelson KC
23 Essex Street
Waterhouse, 2nd Floor, 41 Spring Gardens
M2 2BG

South Eastern Circuit > Crime (general and fraud) Tier 2

The barristers at 23ES are well-known for representing clients in the full range of serious criminal offences, from multi-handed murder, gangland killings and rapes to money laundering and fraud. Eloise Marshall KC defended a man in a four-defendant murder trial stemming from a gangland shooting, while Kate Lumsdon KC defended a teenager accused of killing a vulnerable adult in his home. James Bloomer represented a defendant accused of a bomb hoax and possessing an imitation firearm in a bank.

Leading Silks

Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 2

2022 Silks

Alan Gardner KC23ES 'A level-headed silk.'

Leading Juniors

Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3

London Bar > Crime Tier 3

23ES is ‘a very well established and highly respected set’ with a ‘breadth of talent‘. Prior to her December 2023 appointment to the Circuit Bench in November 2023, Allison Hunter prosecuted a thirteen-defendant drug conspiracy involving 1000kg of cocaine in a case featuring Encrochat evidence. Elisabeth Acker prosecuted alone in a case in which the defendant was convicted for importing and selling endangered species, specifically jewellery containing elephant parts, contrary to CITES – the matter involved arguments on the adequacy of expert opinion, the appropriate method of scientific testing, the admissibility of evidence obtained from abroad, and on the statutory interpretation. James Bloomer was instructed for the defence in the case of a young man of previous good character accused of a bomb hoax and possession of an imitation firearm following a bungled attempt at a bank robbery – the case turns on the psychiatric evidence, assessing whether he was in the grip of a psychotic episode at the relevant time as well as the admissibility of a quasi-confession given during interview.

Leading Silks

Ranked: Tier 2
Francis FitzGibbon KC23ES ‘Francis has a very attractive, understated form of advocacy. He is firm and robustly fearless when the occasion arises and his written submissions are clear and well-ordered. He is a strong lawyer, across a wide range of topics.'
Ranked: Tier 3
Kate Lumsdon KC – 23ES ‘Kate is a well-prepared and thoughtful advocate, able to deal with a difficult situation with sensitivity. She is able to engage a jury with a light touch.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Eloise Marshall KC – 23ES ‘Eloise is steadfast and determined in her approach and handles tricky cases, and unusual and difficult tactical and ethical issues, with confidence and seeming ease.' 
Ranked: Tier 3
Charles Miskin KC – 23ES 'Charles is skillful in his cross-examination of witnesses and in his analysis of evidence. His advocacy is also powerful.' 
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Lisa Wilding KC – 23ESLisa is strong prosecutor and deals with her cases with confidence and ability. Her advocacy is a particular strength, which she combines with good judgement.’ 
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3

2022 Silks

Alan Gardner KC23ES ‘Alan's presentation of cases is immaculate. He is cool and level headed at all times, scrupulously fair and consistently courteous.'
Nathan Rasiah KC – 23ES ‘Nathan is calm under pressure, thorough and determined. An exceptional advocate.’

Leading Juniors

Elisabeth Acker – 23ES ‘Elisabeth has an excellent analytical ability to understand and highlight the key issues in a case. Her empathetic and kind nature ensures that she is a perfect advocate for cases involving youths or extremely vulnerable witnesses and complainants. Her advocacy is also exceptional.' 
Ranked: Tier 2
Tom Godfrey – 23ES ‘Tom is an exceptionally gifted lawyer with a very pleasing style of advocacy in cross-examination. He is a leading junior with a great reputation and skill set who is a silk in waiting.'
Ranked: Tier 2
James Bloomer – 23ES ‘James is thoroughly prepared and an extremely fastidious barrister. His written arguments are comprehensive and compelling even in the most complex and detailed of cases. His advocacy is clear, well planned, fastidiously researched and persuasive. James is a first choice counsel for matters of complexity and seriousness.’
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 3
Patrick Duffy – 23ESPatrick is utterly charming. He is one of the most popular members of the young Bar. He is hard working, intuitive and fearless. He will leave no stone unturned in his representation and presentation. He is one to watch for sure.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Jeremy Rosenberg23ES ‘Jeremy is very good on the law, is excellent with clients and always reports back promptly.’ 
Ranked: Tier 3
David Dainty – 23ES ‘David's ability is far more advanced than his call. His engagement with clients is always tailored towards the individuals needs and his communication skills are exemplary. His advocacy skills are also exceptional.' 
Ranked: Tier 4
William Eaglestone – 23ES 'William is an intelligent and versatile advocate. He has a good sense of humour which he uses sensitively during jury trials. He is a thorough and tenacious cross-examiner and an excellent all-round criminal barrister, whether prosecuting or defending.'
Ranked: Tier 4
Rhodri James – 23ES 'Rhodri is a brilliant barrister with a fantastic practice. His approach is practical, sensible and down to earth. He is a great lawyer and an outstanding advocate.'
Ranked: Tier 4
Charles Royle – 23ES 'Charles is very personable whilst being tactically astute. He is able to charm juries and has a clear and direct style with tribunals, which cuts through peripheral issues and gets to the heart of matters.'
Ranked: Tier 4


‘The clerks’ room is a happy and industrious place. The clerks work brillantly as a team, led by the example of Wayne King and Adam Chapman. Jo Wheeler is supremely calm, confident and good humoured. Michael Barrett grows in confidence every day, is courteous and efficient. Jon Page runs an efficient and hardworking team.’

‘Adam Chapman is simply brilliant. He really goes the extra mile when needed.’

‘Adam Chapman remains outstanding and a pleasure to work with. The rest of the clerking team have a fine role model in Adam.’

’23 Essex Street have a breath of talent.’

’23 Essex Street is a very well established and highly respected set. They have real strength in depth.’

’23ES is a really good set and perhaps doesn’t get the recognition they deserve when compared with some of the other leading sets. Their middle-junior end are particularly good and offer good consistency of quality.’

’23ES clearly has a wealth of experienced barristers in crime, especially silks. It is refreshing to see so many female silks in one set.’

Work highlights

London Bar > Fraud: crime Tier 3

23ES has several strong silks that regularly defend and prosecute in big fraud and money laundering cases. Cairns Nelson KC stands out as an experienced financial crime specialist whose ‘light touch with witnesses makes for effective cross-examination'. Tom Godfrey  is active in high-profile cases of alleged VAT fraud, with other members of chambers having experience in matters prosecuted by trading standards authorities and alleged Ponzi schemes.

Leading Silks

Cairns Nelson KC – 23ES ‘Cairns is an exceptional jury advocate, whose ability to cross-examine on complex financial issues is second-to-none. He applies a wealth of experience to engage the jury and his straightforward, stylish approach means that he is a compelling and impressive advocate.’
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 3

Leading Juniors

Ranked: Tier 4
Tom Godfrey – 23ES 'Tom is an excellent barrister. He is hard-working, his judgement is excellent and his advocacy is pitched perfectly to persuade the audience that he has. He is confident, friendly and reassuring and inspires confidence with judges, juries, opponents, solicitors and lay clients.' 
Ranked: Tier 4
Richard Bentwood – 23ES ‘Richard is astute, a real details brief, with very fine judgement. He is a trial strategist, and plans meticulously.’
Ranked: Tier 4


‘Wayne King is enthusiastic, hard working and popular both within chambers and with clients and other clerks.’

‘Adam Chapman is excellent; efficient, courteous and he leads the rest of the room by example.’

‘Liam Kitcher goes out of his way to assist and is friendly and easy going.’

‘Jo Wheeler is supremely calm, confident and good humoured.’

‘The Clerks’ Room is a happy and industrious place. The clerks work brilliantly as a team, led by the example of Wayne and Adam.’

‘Adam Chapman is at the very top of his game.’ 

‘The clerks room works hard to provide an excellent service to solicitors and clients. They are excellent at gauging the needs of clients and finding the right practitioner for the case.’ 

Work highlights

London Bar > Professional disciplinary and regulatory law Tier 3

23ES‘ members are well versed in representing clients from the financial services, healthcare, sports and legal sectors. Paul Ozin KC heads up the regulatory and disciplinary team in chambers, and has a solid track record in representing professionals and regulators in a range of complex matters. Turning to the juniors, Rebecca Vanstone acted on behalf of the GDC in prosecuting a registrant facing multiple allegations of clinical misconduct; the registrant received a 12-month suspension.

Leading Silks

Paul Ozin KC23ESA very knowledgeable and thoughtful silk, who is highly regarded in this field.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Juniors

Rebecca Vanstone – 23ESAn outstanding counsel. She is willing to go above and beyond to ensure the client is best served.'
Ranked: Tier 2
Christopher Hamlet23ESAn exceptionally knowledgeable barrister in the regulatory sphere. He is tactically astute and has an exceptional eye for detail.
Ranked: Tier 4
Kevin Saunders – 23ES ‘Kevin is an extremely capable and confident counsel.'
Ranked: Tier 4


Wayne King and Adam Chapman are exceptional clerks offering a top-level service.

Wayne King is a star who will always go the extra mile for the solicitors he works with.

Adam Chapman is excellent. The clarity, service and responsiveness provided is of the highest standard, and he is always willing to go the extra mile to provide a top-class service.

Daniel Randall is always responsive, accommodating, and will assist whenever he can.

Excellent clerks who are always professional and accommodating.

A well-rounded set.

Good set with strength in depth.’

Excellent set with good availability.

Northern Circuit > Crime (general and fraud) Tier 3

23 Essex Street is praised as ‘a great set with strength in depth and a go-to set for crime’, and its members prosecute and defend on significant cases, including those involving serious sexual offences and murder. Hugh McKee has strengths in cases regarding road traffic, as well as conspiracies to rob and to supply drugs. Of recent note, McKee prosecuted in the case of Operation Porcupine, a conspiracy to supply class A drugs from Liverpool to Blackpool. The set is also home to Daniel Lister, who has a well-established criminal practice, and he defended in a case concerning alleged attempted murder and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life. Bob Sastry appears in complex cases, including large-scale drug cases.

Leading Juniors

Bob Sastry – 23 Essex StreetBob is a very conscientious barrister, with an exceptionally good, patient way with clients, many of whom will suffer from mental health or addiction issues. He is exceptionally organised and his paper work is second-to-none in relation to the preparation of legal arguments and defence statements.’
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 2
Daniel Lister – 23 Essex StreetDaniel has many strengths, but his judgement and tactical acumen really are second-to-none. He has an excellent eye for how cases are likely to unfold and tailors his advice accordingly, clients really appreciate his foresight and the straightforward way in which he explains the problems they face and possible solutions, and in court, he is an excellent advocate with gravitas beyond his call.’
Ranked: Tier 2


‘Sean Hulston and Kevin Ambridge are exceptional clerks. If you contact them you can be assured that they will take all of the stress away from you having to find an advocate to deal with a case, as they will arrange cover for the case.’

‘Wayne King is excellent, as is Adam Chapman.’

‘Wayne King and Adam Chapman are first class. Always available and willing to go the extra mile for you.’

‘There is a depth of experience and professionalism within the clerks’ room at 23 Essex Street, with Chambers Director, Wayne King, being note-worthy.’

‘They have very good communication between chambers, solicitors, clients, experts, and other parties.’

’23 Essex Street has a number of very good advocates and offers strength in depth. It also has a number of junior advocates who are very quickly proving themselves to be very competent.’

’23 Essex Street is an excellent set with a good range of counsel.’

‘A great set with strength in depth and a go-to set for crime.’

London Bar > Business and regulatory crime (including global investigations)

Leading Silks

Ranked: Tier 3

Northern Circuit > Property and construction

2024 Silks

Brad Pomfret KC – 23 Essex Street ‘Brad is extremely user friendly and very commercial. He always takes time to understand what the client’s key objectives are.'

Northern Circuit > Commercial litigation

2024 Silks

Brad Pomfret KC – 23 Essex Street 'Brad is a quality barrister and he is a go-to for all matters of commercial litigation. He works hard and collaborates effectively with his instructing solicitors, he balances robust legal advice with commercial reality, and his style of advocacy is confident and direct.'

Leading Juniors

Asa Tolson 23 Essex Street 'Asa is a calm, confident advocate. He is thorough in his assessment of a case and able to give full, reasoned arguments.'
Ranked: Tier 3

Northern Circuit > Chancery, probate, and tax

Leading Juniors

Tom Gosling – 23 Essex StreetTom is an exceptional all-rounder, excelling whether he is advising on paper or engaging in courtroom advocacy. He combines practical, commercial advice with an impressive technical knowledge that marks him out as one of the best in the North West.’
Ranked: Tier 2
Jonathan Smith – 23 Essex Street ‘Jonathan is always very well-prepared in conference and at trial, is excellent on focusing on the key issues in the case, and his attention to detail is second-to-none. His ability to break down seemingly complex issues is invaluable, especially when providing advice to lay clients, and his approach to advice and negotiation is practical and pragmatic, which is appreciated by clients and instructing solicitors alike and is often the key reason for a successful outcome.’
Ranked: Tier 2

Northern Circuit > Company and insolvency

Leading Juniors

Claire Bunbury – 23 Essex Street ‘Claire is incredibly hard-working and thorough, she gets to grips with very complicated issues, and her biggest strength is her advocacy skills. All judges respect her submissions, they know that when she makes a point, it is likely right, and she has wonderful control over a courtroom whenever she is on her feet.’
Ranked: Tier 2
Tom Gosling – 23 Essex Street 'Tom reads the court room perfectly. He has an outstanding demeanour and his attention to detail is particularly impressive.'
Ranked: Tier 2

Midland Circuit > Business and regulatory crime (including health and safety)

Leading Juniors

Ranked: Tier 1

Midland Circuit > Crime (general and fraud)

Leading Juniors

Ranked: Tier 2

23ES is a modern, innovative, approachable set of barristers, with a leading reputation in crime, fraud, a range of regulatory and disciplinary matters and more recently commercial law. Kate Lumsdon KC and Eloise Marshall KC were elected as joint head of chambers in November 2021. Under their collective stewardship chambers has continued to grow and is a national criminal set in London and Manchester.

The set: Chambers has a genuine commitment to teamwork, supported by both its formal training programme and its inherent culture, which ensures important recent experience is shared across chambers. This experience is broad, with members of chambers undertaking the entire range of mainstream criminal law, as well as associated regulatory and civil work. Within this, chambers has set up a number of specialist teams, offering a strong portfolio of barristers who are effective at all levels, to harness and develop expertise in certain niche practice areas.

Members regularly appear in high-profile cases in all levels of court in England and Wales as well as other jurisdictions, including the International Criminal Court and the European Court of Human Rights.

Chambers is supported by a motivated clerking team that are committed to delivering a first-class service to clients and members alike.

Types of work undertaken: Chambers deals with crime, financial and corporate crime, regulatory and professional discipline work, Inquests and Inquiries,  civil and commercial work. Specialist areas include corporate and financial regulatory, healthcare discipline, police discipline, environmental crime, IP crime and trading standards. Chambers also undertakes  court martial, prison law,  property law, sports law and direct access work. Chambers also has a strong track record in international work with members appearing in human rights cases involving genocide, war crimes, and international terrorism.

Crime: 23ES is one of the largest and strongest sets of criminal barristers in England and Wales. Chambers currently has over 117 barristers. The size and national presence of chambers enables it to offer a genuine depth and expertise across the full spectrum of criminal law. Chambers not only defends at the highest level, but is also instructed by all of the major prosecuting agencies including the Serious Fraud Office, FCA,  Organised Crime Division, the Complex Casework Units and BEIS, on a national level. The general crime team also have a particular expertise in sexual offences involving vulnerable witnesses, and county-lines drug offences.

Financial and Corporate Crime: 23ES continues to enjoy a superb reputation in this field, with talented and sought after members prosecuting and defending in many serious and notable fraud cases both in the UK and other common law jurisdictions. Chambers has significant and growing experience in advisory and investigation work in fraud related HMRC tribunal work. Alongside the financial crime practice, runs the civil fraud team comprising commercial law specialists with expertise in civil consequences of fraud such as insolvency. Many of the juniors undertake secondments at the key financial regulators, including the FCA, HMRC and SFO, enhancing chambers knowledge and experience.

Professional regulatory and discipline: Chambers continues to present the most serious of cases on behalf of various regulators, including appellate and public law work. These include healthcare regulators (GMC, GDC, GCC, GOC, NMC, RCN, SRA, HCPC), financial regulators (notably ACCA and CIPFA), police work and niche work regulators, including the British Psychoanalytical Council and the Forensic Science Regulator.

Chambers services cross-over criminal/regulatory work from BEIS, FCA, Environmental, Trading Standards and CMA. There is strength across call bands, including the junior members of chambers have a depth of experience beyond their call built on secondment posts with the regulators.

Commercial: The team offers barristers of differing seniorities and styles, with specialisms ranging from traditional chancery areas such as trusts, wills, probate and real property, company law, partnership, Inheritance Act claims, charities and taxation to general commercial litigation, sale of goods and professional negligence. It also has considerable expertise in corporate and personal insolvency.

Additionally, a number of members of the team have significant experience in banking and finance matters, acting for a number of large lenders as well as borrowers on areas ranging from securities to the Consumer Credit Act 1974.

Education and training: Members of chambers are involved in all stages of education and training at the Bar. Chambers is proud to have provided several chairmen of the Criminal Bar Association as well as a leader of the South Eastern Circuit and many members of the committees of these and other organisations; thereby contributing to the sustainability and growth of the bar. Paul Ozin KC co-authors a leading practitioners text on the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and was co-ordinating editor of 23 Essex Streets Financial Crime Update in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law. The general editor of Archbold and Criminal Law Week, James Richardson KC, remains a door tenant having practised from chambers and members regularly contribute to a range of legal periodicals. 23 Essex Street is a recognised leader in the field of legal training, running its own continuing education seminars and a well renowned pupillage training programme. Chambers commitment to education and training is ongoing.

Tenancy: Applications should be addressed to the director of tenancy, Alan Gardner KC. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. Please see the website for further details.

Pupillage: Applications are advertised on the website – www.23es.com

Mini-pupillage: A limited number are available.

Correspondence regarding mini-pupillages should be made via the email address minipupillage@23es.com.

London:  1 Grays Inn Square, London, WC1R 5AA

Manchester:  Waterhouse, 2nd Floor, 41 Spring Gardens, Manchester M2 2BG Tel: 0161 870 9969 DX: 303434 Manchester

Department Name Email Telephone
Joint Head of Chambers LUMSDON KC, Kate (2018)
Joint Head of Chambers MARSHALL KC, Eloise (2018)
PRICE KC, John (1982)
NELSON KC, Cairns (1987)
MISKIN KC, Charles (1975)
FITZGIBBON KC Francis (1986)
BOGAN KC, Paul (1983)
MULHOLLAND KC, James (1986)
ALI KC, Zafar (1994)
CROWTHER KC.Tom (1993)
FENHALLS KC, Mark (1992)
WILDING KC, Lisa (1993)
OZIN KC, Paul (1987)
CLARK KC, Tim (1993)
SCAMARDELLA KC, Rossano (2018)
HOSSAIN KC, Ahmed (1996)
KNIGHT KC, Jennifer (1996)
GARDNER KC, Alan (1997)
RASIAH KC , Nathan (2007)
POMFRET KC, Brad (2004)
MACHIN, Charles (1973)
HARRISON, Michael (1979)
HORNSBY, Walton (1980)
MCKEE, Hugh (1983)
RILEY, John (1983)
SHAY, Stephen (1984)
WILLIAMS, Brian (1986)
FORGAN, Hugh (1989)
SMITH, Jonathan (1991)
AMIS, Christopher (1991)
MOORE, Richard (1992)
MILNE, Richard (1992)
O'CONNOR, Ged (1993)
MCCRINDELL, James (1993)
BENTWOOD, Richard (1994)
CASELLA, Bart (1995)
MCGRATH, Francis (1995)
SASTRY, Bob (1996)
BRODY, Saul (1996)
HOPE, Ian (1996)
MORRIS, Sarah (1996)
ROYLE, Charles (1997)
SANDYS, Neil (1998)
HUNTER, Tim (1998)
SMITH, Graham (1999)
BATES, Leslie (1999)
DUNKIN, Oliver (1999)
GREY,Tim (1999)
HUSBANDS, Abigail (2000)
HAMLET, Christopher (2000)
BLOOMER, James (2000)
FARLEY, David (2001)
EAGLESTONE, William (2001)
STANGOE, Heather (2001)
MCCARROLL, Isobel (2001)
PAGE, Flora (2002)
KHAN, Aisha (2002)
DYE, John (2002)
JAMES, Rhodri (2002)
HILL, Rina-Marie (2002)
SAUL, Sonya (2002)
COMMON, Hamish (2003)
GODFREY, Tom (2003)
GODDARD, Lisa (2003)
SAUNDERS, Kevin (2003)
WATKINS, Adam (2024)
GOSLING, Tom (2004)
UPTON, Alexander (2004)
MOHAMMED, Rashad (2004)
MOLLOY, Andrew (2004)
BUNBURY, Claire (2006)
TEMPLETON, Joseph (2006)
VANSTONE, Rebecca (2006)
DUFFY, Patrick (2007)
WHITE, Barry (2007)
DEVANS-TAMAKLOE, Jennifer (2007)
ROSENBERG, Jeremy (2009)
SAYNOR, Richard (2009)
LISTER, Daniel (2009)
ACKER, Elizabeth (2010)
DUONG, Helena (2010)
GAINZA, Victoria (2010)
CUMMINGS, Stephanie (2010)
MCINTYRE, Sarah-Kate (2011)
TOLSON, Asa (2012)
MILLS, Alex (2012)
TREFGARNE, Sam (2012)
CLARE, Carina (2012)
MURPHY, Micheal (2013)
DAINTY, David (2013)
O'DONOGHUE, Daniel (2013)
COBB, Elizabeth (2013)
JONES, Rebecca (2013)
MORRISON, Emile (2013)
QUEFFURUS, Sasha (2014)
SAUNDERS, Nick (2014)
WHEELER, Carl (2015)
TEALE, Josephine (2016)
STEWART, Caroline (2017)
HODGETTS, Matthew (2017)
GOLDRING, Jessica (2017))
CLARK, Sam (2017)
GRIFFITHS, Wesley (2018)
WILLIAMS, Katie (2018)
BARNES, Arianna (2018)
KHAN, Imran (2018)
POTTS, Edmund (2018)
SMALL, Oliver (2020)
HALLIDAY, James (2020)
TAI, Leila (2021)
BIBBY, Josh (2021)
ENGLISH, Olivia (2021)
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Lee Barraclough photo Mr Lee Barraclough
Saul Brody photo Saul Brody Highly regarded, experienced, meticulous and incisive, he is instructed on behalf of…
Claire Bunbury photo Claire Bunbury ‘She has a cost-effective and commercial approach’. Legal 500, 2015 : Commercial,…
Tom Gosling photo Mr Tom Gosling “A great advocate, concise and thorough in all his work.”Legal 500, 2020 Commercial,…
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Daniel Lister photo Daniel Lister Daniel has experience in all areas of criminal law. He is a…
Charles Machin photo Charles Machin Charles Machin has over 40 years’ experience in the fields of Chancery…
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Richard Moore photo Richard Moore Richard is a litigator whose practice encompasses both traditional Chancery matters, as…
Micheal Murphy photo Mr Micheal Murphy
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Bob Sastry photo Bob Sastry Bob Sastry is a very experienced practitioner who was called to the…
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